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We Do Not Have The Luxury to Choose: On Jussie Smollett and the Importance of Intersectionality

Hearing about the alleged hate crime taken against Jussie Smollett made me mad, but it was the discourse surrounding the circumstances of the tragedy that hurt me in a place real deep. As you all know, I do my best to highlight people that are often overlooked by bringing their stories to the forefront of all conversations…

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The First Time I Saw Myself

After a brief hiatus for the holidays, we are back and excited to bring more dynamic and engaging content to our platform. We’re kicking off 2019 with a new column from long-time Siblíní correspondent, Channler Twyman…

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Creating a Village

The unfortunate thing about not having 24/7 access to academic spaces is that you are not surrounded by fellow peers and creatives. Sure, you can keep in contact with them online and other varying methods of communication. But nothing beats being in a creative writing workshop or miniature cohort…

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Review: The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller

Imma be real with you chief, I live for that Gay Shit™. If it exists, I have probably read or seen it. This includes but is not limited to: Fanfic, Yaoi, Boys Love, all the LGBT movies on Netflix, and of course loads of queer literature. I preface my review with these intimate details of my life to inform our readers…

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Queer Characters Deserve Happy Endings

Everyone close to me knows that I am an avid fan of animated series. Recently, the new season of Voltron: Legendary Defender, a show about five teens chosen to defend the galaxy in a giant robot, dropped on Netflix. This season in particular had huge buzz surrounding it because…

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